Posts Tagged ‘blog-venezia’

XIV Art Week

Friday, April 13th, 2012

lanostrasettimana2012The XIV Art Week will start tomorrow 14 April 2012. Until the 22nd April the entrance all the State’s Museum, Archeological Sites, Monuments, Mansions and Public Libraries will be FREE OF CHARGE!!!
And in this days this is a quite surprising new here in Italy.

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Gennaro Favai – Visions and Horizons 1879-1958.

Monday, February 20th, 2012

Gennaro-Favai-258The venetian  Gennaro Favai (1879-1958), a creative and complex Artist, an entire exposition dedicated to him, with more than 200 operas, including paintings, drawings, watercolours and etchings, that shown his complex spirit and the nostalgic side of his paintings, for his beloved city Venice, and for his particular views.

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The Venice’s Clock Tower

Monday, March 14th, 2011

venezia torre orologio 2The Moors’ Clock Tower is one of the most famous architectural landmarks in Venice, standing over an arch that leads into what is the main shopping street of the city, the old Merceria.
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“OTTOCENTO – da Senso a Sissi, la città delle donne”: here is the Carnival 2011 by Davide Rampello

Monday, December 20th, 2010

ottocentoThe broad outline of next Carnival of Venice, tribute to Unification of Italy and to women, has been presented today at the Casino of Venice after being introduced to the mayor of Venice George Orsoni.
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The 25th Venicemarathon

Thursday, October 21st, 2010

images 2On October 24th, a particular event will take place long the Brenta River to finish in Venice’s Historical Center.

The Venice Marathon brings thousand of participants and is always an exciting show.
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CIRCUITO OFF : The Short Film festival

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

circuito-off5Circuito Off Revolution, is the true title for the 11th Edition of the Festival which, after a history of ten years, makes now a leap forward, with many surprises for its large and loyal audience and two brand new locations in Venice and Lido island. The screenings will take place in two prestigious venues of Ca’ Foscari University: the Auditorium in Campo Santa  Margherita, centre of the young life of the city and place that saw the birth of the Festival, will host the afternoon screenings.
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Exhibition le Arti di Piranesi Architetto, incisore, antiquario, vedutista, designer.

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

9abf83521a7b73d459eb63db1da8dfbbOn show works of the great eighteenth century Venetian artist Giambattista Piranesi as presentation of many of his arts: architect, antiquarian, archaeologist, engraver, designer and taste creator.
Along with the 250 original prints there are reproductions of many of the objects projected and never created by G. Piranesi such as a vase, a candelabrum, a teapot, a chair, two tripods, an altar and a marvellous chimney.
There will also be the 3d simulation of “Carceri d’Invenzione”, a model made by De Lucchi of the Basilica di Santa Maria del Priorato in Rome (the only construction Piranesi created in his life) and 3D views of Rome by Gabriele Basilico, that are the photographer’s tribute to the great master.
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Venice lifts up its palaces to save them from the high water.

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

767554Venice lifts up its palaces to save them from the high water.

The project thought by the companies Soles and Mattioli and presented in the municipality.

The ex mayor of Venice Massimo Cacciari remind that “It’s not applicable for the entire city, only for some monuments”.
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67 International Film Festival

Thursday, August 5th, 2010

67 mostra internazionale del cinema veneziaVenice’s International Film Festival is now a its 67th edition. This year it will be held from the 1st september until the 11th september 2010.  Marco Muller is the director of the event which is organised by la Biennale of Venice.
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Alla Deriva – Sculptures by Justin Peyser

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

Justin Peyser Venezia Venice Ca' ZenobioThe sculptures of Justin Peyser can be admired at the XVII century palace Ca’ Zenobio, close to Campo Santa Margherita in Venice. Justin lives and works in New york city. He studied Visual & Environmental Studies at Harvard College and Painting in Bologna and New York. (more…)